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Are you partial to the super zombies in 'World War Z,' or the lovable kind featured in 'Warm Bodies'? Your answer could reveal much about your personality.
AFI Compiles Top 100 Movie Quotes, Funeral Held for Ol'Dirty Bastard, Lionel Richie's Estranged Wife Charged, More...
Clay Aiken, Triumph the Insult Comic Dog, Conan O'Brien, Robert Conrad, Britney Spears, Halle Berry, Naomi Campbell, Eminem, Kim Mathers, Anthony Anderson, Jean Picker Firstenberg
Perpetuated by previous successes, the American Film Institute will air in June a new AFI 100 special, this time dedicated to the action/suspense/thriller genres. Titled AFI's 100 Years ... 100 Thrills, the special will count down the most significant American action films in Hollywood history. It will be similar to previous AFI events, which in the past have counted down the top 100 films, top 100 stars and top 100 comedic movies of all time. Actor Harrison Ford, known best for his turns in
The American Film Institute has unveiled its latest list of 100 Years milestones: the 100 most thrilling American films of all time. How closely does their list compare to public opinion?
On June 26, 1953, Marilyn Monroe received her star along Hollywood's Walk of Fame. She wrote her name in the wet cement in front of Grumman's Chinese Theater and dotted the "i" in her first name with a rhinestone. The blonde bombshell had quickly become Hollywood's darling, a legendary movie star, and would soon become one of the biggest silver screen icons of the 20th century. On Friday, to celebrate what would have been Monroe's 75th birthday, cable network AMC will premiere Marilyn Mo
HOLLYWOOD, June 11, 2000 -- This is really the best time of year to be writing a weekly TV column. It's a time of promising summer replacements (such as "Clerks," which has, um, already been canceled), cool film festivals and new original cable series. Even PBS lets its hair down and gets a little experimental, in its own, starched collar kind of way. If we can steal gameshows from England, what's to stop the British from moving in on our reality-based TV territory? Nothing, apparently, becaus
HOLLYWOOD, June 14, 2000 -- So you think "Airplane!" is the funniest movie of all time? Or maybe one of the Monty Python flicks? Well, you're wrong, because according to the really smart people at the American Film Institute, "Some Like It Hot," the cross-dressing Tony Curtis-Jack Lemmon vehicle that's arguably a teensy-weensy bit unfunny, is the top cinematic laugh-maker of all time. The AFI's "100 Years, 100 Laughs" list -- ranking the, yes, 100 top U.S.-made comedies of the 20th century -- w
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